Hawkins has crystallized fifteen years of thinking about the neocortex, with fresh insights for AI, and novel thoughts about where humans as a species are headed.
Neuroscientist and tech entrepreneur Jeff Hawkins claims he’s figured out how intelligence works—and he wants every AI lab in the world to know about it.
In this video interview, Numenta co-founder Jeff Hawkins tells CNET’s Now What how we can really put the “I” in AI.
On this episode of Cool Science Radio, hosts Lynn Ware Peek and John Wells talk to Jeff about the new ideas outlined in his book, A Thousand Brains, A New Theory of Intelligence.
Jeff spoke with Eliza Strickland from IEEE Spectrum, about the path forward for machine learning and his new book, A Thousand Brains.
Vijay Pande and Hanne Winarsky talk to Jeff Hawkins about the basic principles of the brain’s learning methodology for creating not just human intelligence, but artificial intelligence, even alien intelligence, which he lays out in his newly just released book, A Thousand Brains.
Technologist and neuroscientist Jeff Hawkins suggests the brain works on a universal principle that enables it to adapt itself to any task.
Jeff Hawkins has a new theory of the brain. It is interesting and persuasive. But to me, the most interesting observation in the book is not about brains – it’s about how an intelligent species could make its presence known across the vast distances of space.
In an excerpt from Chapter 9 of “A Thousand Brains,” Numenta and Palm cofounder Jeff Hawkins says that consciousness isn’t beyond understanding. Nor is replicating it unimaginable.